Not entirely true. You can buy Ryzen 5 Pro at one of the online shops in my country. It'a an OEM/Tray, but it has seller warranty. That's how I got my Ryzen 5 Pro 3350G. The Ryzen 5 3400G was in such a short supply I took a risk and bought a Pro version to have a CPU at all....In case you've forgotten, Ryzen 4000 desktop APUs were limited to OEMs. While you could still buy one from the black market, it was a hassle due to the overseas shipping and the fact that you're buying a product that doesn't come with a warranty....
I just ordered one from eBay, because the desk vibration feature is even more impressive than LED lighting.RTX 4090
I keep my fingers crossed. If AMD can deliver a good APU with 5000 Ryzen series I'm changing my CPU. Gaming up to 1080p is what I'm aiming for, plus low power consumption and low noise.I already ride 5500u in laptop and I tell you, those will be sff heaven.
its FINALLY a place where you can have 150W build that does not scream like damned soluls, or could game normally.
NV is focusing roaring 700W builds, which is good for people with big bois, and I am glad that 20-200W ones are also getting some love.
I hope I get to find any stock, I did not have luck with 4k series, and my tv vesa mounted box plan is waiting for better days.